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Three Twins Founder's LGBT Summit; Amba Goes Kosher

UGANDAThree Twins Ice Cream founder Neal Gottlieb did something very cool in honor of LGBT rights last week: he climbed Uganda's highest peak, left a rainbow flag at the top, and then wrote a letter to the country's president demanding an end to the country's criminalization of homosexuality. [Facebook]

OAKLAND—Israeli restaurant Amba is adding kosher meat to its previously all-vegetarian menu, making it only the second restaurant in the Bay Area with a glatt kosher program. [J Weekly]

RUSSIAN HILLStones Throw's Eat Like a Chef, Drink Like a Somm series kicks up again on Monday, with Bourbon Steak and Alexander's Steakhouse both participating to volunteer at and raise funds for the SF Food Bank. A five-course tasting is $99, with wine pairings for an additional $65. [EaterWire]

BERKELEY—The Berkeley Cider Summit makes its debut tomorrow afternoon at Civic Center Park, with tastings of more than 90 hard ciders from around the globe. Tickets are $25. [EaterWire]

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